Reviewed by Dave the Bruce from PA on Wednesday, July 13, 2011
I bought this to use as a dry bag for kayaking/camping trips. It's as large as advertised, fitting my sleeping bag and clothing inside with a bit of coaxing. Even when my kayak made an unfortunate spill into the water, the dry bag kept the contents nice and dry.
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Reviewed by Nick the Nomad from Tanzania on Tuesday, January 5, 2016
Big, waterproof, heavyweight material. Just what I was looking for. Fits inside my pack, for simple waterproofing solution. Important when the rains come and I can use my (non-waterproof) current pack that I love so much.
Reviewed by Keri hike ski bike swim kayak from Wisconsin on Sunday, January 3, 2016
I have owned several of these already and the large is perfect for storing my down sleeping bag, big agnes sleeping pad, and hiking pillow during kayak and canoe river trips for added security after rolling them closed we can leave additional air in them to encourage them to float if they would go over board and allows for us to lash clip them to each other or the canoe. Not for back packing because they are rather rigid and are heavier than some other types of dry bags. I keep dryer sheets in the bottom of them to help reduce that plastic or neoprene smell.
I love the extra large because it fits our 4 person big agnes hiking tent, 1 down sleeping bag, and 2 big agnes sleeping pads. The large is great for one person. My husband and I own an extra large, large, and medium as well as smaller hiking dry bags but usually the majority of our stuff for a weekend canoe trip fits in our 3 we own minus cooking equipment and food which usually goes into a cooler or some other contraption. Just bought a large for a friend for her birthday!